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A practical grammar of the Greek tongue : wherein all the rules are expressed in English, in the method of text, and notes; and thrown into the most agreeable view for the benefit of learners. The whole established upon rational principles, and classical authorities: with a large explanation of elliptical constructions, and a particular account of dialect. To which is added a vocabulary, containing amongst other things, one list of anomalous verbs; and another of all the verbs of the New Testament: collected from theose very learned masters, Clenardus, Antesignanus, Vossius, Vigerus ... [et al.] Drawn up at first to serve a private occasion of life, and now made publick, as a testimony of respect to the British youth

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